DIY Suncatcher Garden Stakes

April 5, 2017

These easy DIY Suncatcher Garden Stakes will brighten up your yard this spring with plenty of color and a personal touch!

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It was so nice over the weekend that my husband and I couldn’t help but stay outside and work in the yard. We picked up new pots and plants and talked about our garden for this summer.  I hung some pots of pansies in the front and back yard.  I planted two pots of succulents and cacti and put them out on the deck.  Then, we took our deck furniture out again.  It’s starting to look a lot more like warm weather season around here.

This time of year, we spent a lot of time at garden centers.  If it’s not for our yard, it’s for spring birthdays and Mother’s Day.  While we started working on our yard, I began to think about DIY projects for the garden.  I might have a obsession with garden stakes.  After cleaning out some of my garden supplies this weekend, I realized just how much!  But there’s always room for a few more!  

These suncatcher garden stakes are a great way to brighten up the garden.  They’ll also make a nice handmade gift for Mother’s Day!  Put your artistic skills to work or let the kids add their own personal touches to these stakes.  Either way, these butterfly stakes will add a little more color to your yard and flowerpots! 



  1. Use paint and glitter glue to decorate butterfly suncatchers.  Allow paint and glitter glue to dry.
  2. Heat a glue gun.  When ready, glue the suncatchers to the metal rods or wooden dowels.
  3. Add suncatchers to your garden or flower pots.  

These suncatcher garden stakes are a simple springtime project that can be made in three easy steps.  Make a set for your garden, then keep this project in mind for Mother’s Day!  

Get the supplies for these DIY garden stakes and all of your springtime projects on Oriental Trading.  They have so many different styles of suncatchers to choose from and plenty of paints to personalize this project!


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  • Reply loveforlacquer April 10, 2017 at 6:18 PM

    These are so pretty!

  • Reply Kendra April 11, 2017 at 11:18 PM

    These turned out so cute 🙂

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